If your personal style skews extremely sleek and chic, it would, of course, be a dream come true to own a home designed by Tom Ford. And property now for sale in the swanky Chelsea neighborhood of London offers just that. The 3,602-square-foot white stucco dwelling, listed for £13.45 million (around $17.5 million), was once owned by the fashion designer and filmmaker, and he left his mark on the interiors.
Though it is not being offered furnished, Mansion Global reports that the custom finishes picked out by the Nocturnal Animals director remain intact. Listing photos show a living room and a dining room with glossy black walls, brightened up by large windows and French doors looking out at impeccably manicured hedges. In what appears to be a study or den, the walls are a deep mahogany wood. Like the floors, the ultra-modern floating staircase is a crisp, stark white. And in one of the bedrooms, a silvery aluminum treatment on the walls and ceiling creates a futuristic effect.
Despite the indoor intrigue, the exterior is very traditional and is in line with that of the neighboring homes; this is because the street falls within The Boltons Conservation Area. Amenities include a garden, a gym, and a sauna. Over the years, Ford has lived in other super-stylish residences as well. For example, just last year, he parted ways with the Richard Neutra–designed Brown-Sidney house in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles, selling it for $20 million.